Maybe all the Empire’s services weren’t such bad ideas after all. I mean who wouldn’t like a Wookie to shovel your driveway in the winter? Sure, there’s a high probability he might get angry and pull your arms out of the sockets, but nothing’s perfect.
We’re going to go old school and down under to share the Split Enz music video for “I Got You” (featuring Crowded House frontman Neil Finn and his brother Tim) with all of our wacky internet pals. Thanks to our pal Mean Melin for the recommendation.
Ten years ago now, an unassuming car genre movie became a surprise hit. But even then, when The Fast and the Furious made an unseen $144 million dollars, no one could have expected it to spawn a fourth sequel, with a fifth already being written before its predecessor hit theaters. But a lot has changed since then – what started as a film about underground racing has turned into an international action franchise that, in some countries, is outgrossing the traditional Summer-Opening Blockbuster.
But the Fast and, normally, Furious franchise doesn’t need to be as relatively subtle as its beginnings would suggest. Just the opposite, they define the summer movie of a bygone era, where you don’t have to play with genre or superpowers – all you need is beautiful people doing cool shit.
There are characters we fall in love with. The perfect mix of actor and writer that breathes magic onto the screen or inside the television. Once part of the cool crowd, now totally embracing her outsider status, Veronica Mars was everything you wanted her to be, and more.
In this video Sackoff discusses the show, and the long grueling sequences shot inside her Viper, while playing with the new Colonial Viper Artisan Replica from QMx Online (which, I’ll admit looks pretty damn cool).
Take a few moments of your lunch break to check out Crazy Over Goo which is equal parts enjoyment and frustration as you move your bouncing goo ball through level after level to help him find his lady love.